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ON FAITH: Justice, mercy, grace – A few words express a lot

Theological language can be tricky. What precisely does predestination mean? How about apocalypticis

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ON FAITH: Let’s stand as one and face life’s difficulties – together

The story goes that a venerable old general who was serving in the Union forces during the Civil War

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ON FAITH: Hardiness allows us to reclaim hope, no matter the season

Maybe residents of every area of the world need to be hardy. When we lived in the Midwest and endure

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ON FAITH: Let go of anger to feel better physically and spiritually

The New Testament is composed of 27 books. In terms of sheer volume, the weightiest section is the o

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ON FAITH: We all should honor one another as God’s children

Do you remember Billy Carter, President Jimmy Carter’s brother? In Jimmy Carter’s book, “An Ho

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ON FAITH: Let God be your bedrock when you need support

A ccouple years ago, writer David Dunlap reported on a remarkable aspect of the construction of the

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ON FAITH: In need of a course correction? Let God lead you

One of our favorite authors is Barbara Brown Taylor. She tells the story in her book “Tales of Ter

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ON FAITH: Want to feel good? Celebrate life’s blessings daily

King Duncan tells of reading a book about a kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Rosemary, who was someone wit

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ON FAITH: Looking for God in the mirror

Psychologists tell us that “mirroring” is the copying of one person’s behavior by another. The

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ON FAITH: Life is about choices, and the wisdom to choose well

We recently heard a story about a faculty meeting that occurred at a university some years ago. The

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ON FAITH: Break the fever! Come back to health by serving others

Is a disease the same thing as an illness? Not according to a book by Bruce Malina entitled “Socia

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ON FAITH: Let’s pray, sing and speak about peace on earth

Edward Hicks was a folk painter in early 19th century America. A devout Quaker, he was profoundly ta